Ubuntu: How can I install a package on Ubuntu if I have no internet access? [duplicate]



Question:

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How can I install software or packages without Internet (offline)?

I have no access to the internet on my computer and am trying to install all my required software through another computer. I have downloaded the deb file for gfortran version 4.5, and now I am looking for options to install the same on the computer which has Ubuntu 12.04.


Solution:1

Does the two pc's have same architecture?! and same version of Ubuntu? Also if they have same update then you can cheat and copy the deb packages from /var/cache/apt/archives to your second pc and then sudo dpkg -i *.deb I work this method sometimes myself

Here is a link about some methods how to install a softwar with no-internet connection

Also you can use keryx to download deb files from windows

Also you can use apt-offline


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